LeBron James Produced Muhammad Ali Doc Set To Premier At Tribeca Film Festival

This is the first feature-length production from SpringHill Entertainment.

Tribeca Film Festival presented by AT&T has just announced its feature film selections for the 18th edition.

Among the films being featured will be the documentary, What’s My Name, Muhammad Ali, executive produced by NBA legend LeBron James and Maverick Carter.


This is the first feature-length production from SpringHill Entertainment.

The documentary tells the story of one of the most iconic figures in athletic history, Muhammad Ali and covers the journey from world champion boxer to inspiring social activist in his own voice with never-before-seen archival material by acclaimed filmmaker Antoine Fuqua.

Fuqua is responsible for films such a “Training Day”, “Southpaw”, and “The Magnificent Seven.”

The festival will take place in New York City, April 24 – May 5. Pass and packages are on sale now. Single tickets will go on sale March 26 at tribecafilm.com.

Luckily, for those who won’t make it to the film festival, there’s still a chance to see the film. The two-part documentary will air back-to-back on HBO on May 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

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